The vaccine debate
I will start off by saying that I am not vaccinated for my own personal reasons. My question is why do most vaccinated people hate on the unvaccinated? I understand that even though you can still contract and spread covid being fully vaccinated, it does help reduce the symptoms. Everyone over the age of 12 has the option to get vaccinated so why does it matter if I’m not? Yes I can still spread it to you, and me getting the shot doesn’t change that fact.
I’ve noticed that it’s only the vaccinated that are still scared of covid and for what? I thought you took the vaccine which means you’ll be fine. You don’t see this much of an outcry when people don’t get the flu shot. As American citizens we all have the right to choose what we put into our bodies. And I don’t want to hear “it’s bc it affects other people” because it doesn’t. As I said before no matter if I’m vaccinated or unvaccinated there is still a possibility of spreading it. I don’t understand why people can’t get that fact through their heads.
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